Brief overview

The Australian Institute for Disaster Resilience (AIDR) is considering production of a handbook on animal welfare in disasters and I have been asked to conduct some scoping activities during August to explore ideas for its content and use.
The aim of this short survey is to explore general interest and to consider the breadth of content, the various audiences, and potential uses of a national handbook for stakeholders in this area.
Animal emergency management is inextricably linked to people - their behaviour, safety, and wellbeing,  and the views of all with an interest are welcome at this time. If you know of others who should be included at this point, please feel free to forward the survey link.
I hope you will consider completing the survey - it contains 15 questions - most are quick/single tick box questions, with a couple of open questions (the main one asking about possible content areas).
Any information you provide will remain confidential and only be seen by me. If you have any questions please contact me ( 
Mel Taylor

Honorary Associate Professor, Macquarie University
Partner, Enduring Advantage Consulting
If you would like to know more about the AIDR Handbook Collection or see the type of content/structure of these handbooks, you can access them here AIDR Handbooks